Windows 7 Troubleshooting First to check your Cable is plug OR unplug Cable is Plug Cable is Unplug If the cable Unplug Call Our Helpdesk. Cable is not Unplug the check the IP ADDRESS. Click On Start Then In Search Programs write CMD then press Enter On command Prompt Write ipconfig & Press ENTER Conformed your IP ADDRESS to our Helpdesk Executive. On the command prompt check the connectivity by using this command ping 10.10.11.254 -t it will give you reply from server. If you get Reply From 10.10.11.254 It means Connectivity is Ok If you get Request Time Out OR Destination Host Unreachable. Then register your complain to our Helpdesk Support. (Ph. 220328/29) (Mob. 9879598914) OR email: email@example.com Assign Your Computer a Static IP Address in Windows 7 Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center Click on Change adapter settings. Choose your network adapter. (If you have more than one listed) Right-click on the adapter and choose "Properties" from the list) Under "this connection uses the following items," click once on "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) to select it and then click the "Properties" button. Click the radio button for "Use the following IP address:" Enter the static IP Address you'd like to use into the IP address box. Hit "Tab" when you are finished and the "Subnet mask" value should auto-fill with the proper value. Finally, you will have to enter the IP Address for your Default Gateway and the IP addresses for your Preferred and Alternate DNS servers. For your IP address, Subnet Mask, Default gateway And DNS Addresses Call HELPDESK on (Ph. 220328/29) (Mob. 9879598914) Click "OK" to save your changes, then click "OK" again on the Local Area Connection Properties window. You've now assigned your computer a static IP address in Windows
"WINDOWS 7 BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING"